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In commemoration of the Environmental Protection Agency’s 40th anniversary, Harvard Law School hosted a major conference sponsored jointly with the Harvard University Center for the Environment, the Harvard Kennedy School and the Harvard School of Public Health.
Legal education is in a period of profound and much-needed change. That was the unanimous assessment of a group of experts at FutureEd 2, a conference at Harvard Law School in October that attracted more than 150 legal educators, practitioners and businesspeople from around the world.
Tribe returns to Harvard Law School; Fellowship of trust (and estate); Freeman selected as ACUS member; and Repercussions of robo-signing
Beginning in 2013, Harvard Law School’s new Public Service Venture Fund will provide $1 million per year in grants to support new and recent graduates who will be working for public service employers, and also to support those who want to start their own organizations.
David Wilkins ’80 delivered a lecture, “Making Global Lawyers: Legal Education, Legal Paradox, and the Paradox of Professional Distinctiveness,” to mark his appointment as the Lester Kissel Professor of Law.
For 100 years, the Ames Moot Court Competition has showcased the most talented oral advocates to attend Harvard Law School.
William T. Coleman Jr. ’43 (’46), the venerable civil rights lawyer who served as a lawyer in Brown v. Board of Education, as counsel to the Warren Commission and as secretary of transportation in the Ford administration, was a guest speaker at HLS on Dec. 1.
Jeannie Suk ’02 has gained tenure as a professor of law at Harvard and Tyler Giannini has been appointed a clinical professor at Harvard Law School.
U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Susan McGarvey LL.M. ’11 was in the courthouse when Saddam Hussein was on trial for the Anfal campaign, the genocide of Kurds that he ordered in the late 1980s.
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